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Floor levelling

Build on a Solid Foundation of Smooth, Even Concrete Floors

  • Restore old and damaged concrete floors
  • Prepare existing concrete slabs for chosen finishes
  • Levelling compound may act as its own decorative finish

Every builder knows the importance of a solid foundation, and installing nice and even concrete floors is a fundamental step in building almost every commercial and industrial site. Get your floors right, and a successful build is sure to follow.

Contract Policrete to provide flawless concrete floor levelling in Melbourne. With decades of collective experience and market-leading equipment and materials, you can trust us to complete the job efficiently and on time.

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Subfloor Levelling Is Vital for a Stable Concrete Floor

Whether installing a new concrete floor or planning a renovation project, you know the intrinsic value of a level floor. If you are starting from scratch, levelling your concrete slabs correctly ensures that any finishes applied over the subfloor, like tiles or timber flooring, can be installed without fear of splits, cracks or bumps. 

Concrete levelling can also help restore damaged floors in an existing property. This is especially true for flooring in heavy-traffic areas, such as industrial or commercial worksites. In time, you will notice dips, holes, cracks and warps in the concrete. These degradations are inevitable after years of wear and tear. 

But Policrete’s concrete floor levelling services can restore and rejuvenate degraded floors to keep your site safe, clean and aesthetically pleasing.

Policrete’s self-levelling concrete guarantees perfect floors

Self-levelling concrete is a polymer-cement compound. Its high fluidity makes it much easier to spread evenly and allows it to settle smoothly before it dries.

If you want to even out an existing floor, we recommend beginning with concrete grinding to remove any degraded finishes, such as paint or epoxy.

Once our concrete grinders have prepped your floor, we will apply the self-levelling concrete.

Necessary floor preparation

Level flooring is a must for any construction site. But getting a concrete surface level takes skill and experience to do quickly — and correctly. 

Safety first

Working on a level concrete surface can prevent major accidents, especially on industrial sites or commercial garages with high heavy machinery and vehicle traffic.

Level screed for decorative finishes

Tile and timber floors need an even surface to lay on, and our self-levelling compound is the perfect screed to prep a concrete slab for decorative floor coverings. 

Range of coloured finishes

Policrete’s self-levelling compound comes in an infinite variety of gorgeous colours. Finished with a transparent sealant, it makes an attractive branded floor.

High-quality self-levelling compound

Our self-levelling formula creates waterproof and highly durable floors capable of withstanding harsh weather and heavy foot and vehicle traffic.

Our Floor Levelling Gallery

We have installed perfectly even and polished concrete floors for various settings, from garages to manufacturing plants. But, sometimes, it’s best to let our work speak for itself. Take a look at our work.

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David Fahey

"Policrete took an old well worn and damaged automotive workshop floor and restored it to "better than new" condition in our latest store build project."

Adam Lancaster

"These guys are experts at what they do, from advice to the finishing touches. Thanks so much for your efforts, i'll be recommending you to friends and family."

Crystal Buhmann

"Policrete have been nothing short of brilliant to deal with. They came highly recommended from several different concreters and clearly have a reputation for being the best in the business."

Alex Brawn

"Policrete made a really cool and complex concrete bar at my restaurant, plus concrete benches in 3 locations. The team was flexible during the renovation."

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Even and Hyper-Durable Workshop Flooring

Whether you’re building a new residential garage or repairing the floor of a panel beater, we can help you install safe level floors.

  • Vehicle-traffic resistant
  • Improves site safety
  • Anti-slip finishes
  • Practical and long-lasting

Anti-microbial and Resilient Floors for Hospitals and Pharmacies

Safety and hygiene are absolute priorities in the health-sensitive environments of hospitals and pharmacies. Epoxy flooring would be an excellent solution, but it will need a level subfloor installed first. Policrete’s concrete levelling experts will ensure it’s installed correctly whatever flooring you choose.

  • Easy to clean
  • Traffic resistant
  • Preps floors for other finishes
  • Anti-slip finishes
Food and Retail

Safe and Hygienic Floors for the Hospitality Industry

The hospitality industry demands flooring that is both attractive and practical. Finishes need to be durable enough to withstand the endless traffic yet visually versatile enough to match the aesthetics of the business. Our decorative self-levelling concrete meets those demands.

  • Anti-slip finishes
  • Foot-traffic resistant
  • Elegant finishes
  • Easy to clean

Policrete goes above and beyond

Specialist skills

Our team members are highly qualified and skilled.

Competitive prices

The highest quality work, affordably priced.

Phenomenal work quality

We have a no-structural-crack guarantee

The right tools for the job

We work with the best possible equipment and materials.

Applications for Concrete Flooring Levelling

Applications for Concrete Flooring Levelling

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Costs of Concrete Subfloor Levelling

We price our Melbourne concrete floor levelling services on a project-by-project basis. To offer a quote, we need to be aware of the project's scope, including the size of the area that needs to be levelled. Depending on the nature of the existing flooring or the level of damage to the existing concrete, additional steps may be required before we can level it out. 

If you need your subfloors levelled before installing a different finish on top, browse our concrete flooring finishes. As a full-service specialist, we can handle your concrete floor project from start to finish. 

Policrete’s experts are happy to work outside of business hours to avoid disruptions to your business. Ask us about our out-of-hours pricing.

Hire Melbourne’s Leading Concrete Floor Levelling Contractors

Build Your Next Project on a Strong Foundation

Policrete has a sterling reputation as a meticulous and reliable concrete specialist. We have brought our practised craft to commercial and industrial buildings across Melbourne. If you are in the planning stages of a construction project, give us a call. Our subfloor levelling contractors can discuss repair and preparation details with you, ensuring your project runs smoothly and on time.

The benefits of concrete subfloor levelling

  • Creates a safe surface for humans and vehicle traffic
  • Prepares concrete floors for further finishing
  • Finishes in a range of colours
  • Low maintenance
  • Anti-slip coating available

Frequently asked questions

What is a concrete screed?

Screed is a thin layer of concrete laid as the final element of the subfloor. The purpose of a screed is to create a smooth, level subfloor upon which additional surface finishes can be applied.

Self-levelling concrete is commonly used to create the screed because, as the name suggests, it creates a reliably even finish.

What is self-levelling concrete?

Self-levelling concrete is a polymer-cement mixture. Its makeup allows it to flow quickly and even itself out. It is commonly used as a screed over an existing floor to prepare it for the desired finish, such as timber, tiles or carpeting.

Are there concrete levelling specifications for different finishes?

Yes. When creating a concrete subfloor, it is critical to consider what the final finish will be. This will allow you to create a subfloor at the proper depth to accommodate your finish.

Levelling specifications are a ratio of millimetres to metres, defining how much variance (by millimetre) your floors can have over a given space (by metre).

Here are some basic rule-of-thumb specs:

  • Timber: 3 mm over 3 m
  • Carpets: 8–12 mm over 3 m
  • Tiles: Variable depending on the size and thickness of the tiles and the accuracy of their edges
  • Vinyl: Variable, though the smoother the subfloor, the better the vinyl finish.

Our Service Area

Policrete’s concrete floor and subfloor levelling services are available across Melbourne, including Geelong and the Mornington Peninsula. Drop by our showroom in West Footscray to discuss your project and see the quality of our in-person.

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We are the concrete specialists

Our team at Policrete are the only full service concrete specialists in Australia. We can use concrete to reinvent your home or commercial enterprise. Every job we do is handled in house, from start to finish. From the initial consultation session, until the concrete is dry and ready, we’re here for you.

And we don’t just do concrete furniture and benchtops. We also specialise in polished concrete floors, epoxy flooring, and more. No matter the job, we’ll do it affordably and to the highest standard. The only thing more solid than our concrete is our commitment to excellence.

We are the concrete specialists

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